Rare flash devices showing up on ebay

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Sep 18, 2009
  1. Pliskron
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    Recently I picked up an EZ Flash III, 2 Flash2advance cards and a GB bridge on ebay, all very reasonably priced. I've also seen Bung game boy flash cards. If there's something you can't find sooner or latter one will show up on ebay. I've had better luck finding rare items there then in trading fourms
     
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    How about a pointer to the completed auction? I looked through the completed listings and couldn't find any of the devices you mentioned.
     
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    isn't it against the rules to sell flash carts on ebay or something like that?
     
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    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...e=STRK:MEWNX:IT

    I thought $61 was fair considering the rarity of the Flash2advance items. I can't find the other auctions.
    I see flash cards on ebay all the time. You just can't write "flash card" in the listing but this type of stuff does show up so if you really want something thats impossible to find it will most likly show up on ebay at some point.
     
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    How lucky, a GB Bridge! I'd love to have one of those nifty things... But I seem to recall that it only works with F2As, right?
     
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    Thats correct and not all versions are supported. What I think is cool is that the Bridge allows you to use the Gameboy bios to colorize gb games like Metroid II without simulating a palate. It fits in GBC as well as GBA. The only other way to colorize GB games would to be to get one of the gameboy cards that are still made but those can only fit a few games at a time.
     
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    Ninty has a deal with ebay that no Flashcards,etc for the ds will be sold on Ebay
     
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    I'm pretty sure you can sell almost anything on Ebay I once saw a Militatry base for sale. It needed a lot of work lol.
     
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    That's strange, there's not a single cart for sale on the Australian ebay. Maybe they crack down on it more over here.

    What's the real point of old GBA carts, when you can still get stuff like the EZ Flash V? Is it just a collector's item?

    EDIT: Oh, I see, it's only DS lite compatible, so I guess people are using them for GBAs or DS Phats.
     
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    no surprise there things can and do slip under the radar a lot it is the Internet after all.
    i mean really i've see r4's on amazon and cyclos on cragslist and other carts and diffrent places too.
     
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    eBay has like almost everything you can imagine.
     
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    try to go hong kong webwite,
    they can post produce oversea
     
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    hmm i have a 128 and 256 version of these just siting around. maybe i should put them up..
     
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